Aprl 1, 2011 -
This is a historic moment for the state of Selangor, one of four states in Malaysia run by the Opposition Party. In fact, it is also a milestone for Malaysia.
From The Star..
The Selangor Freedom of Information Enactment 2010, which will allow the public access to state documents, was passed at the state assembly here Friday after the third reading was tabled.
According to State executive councillor Elizabeth Wong, who tabled the bill for the third reading, "No other states have dared to implement the Freedom of Information Enactment. This is a product of the people's power."
Full article: The Star..Selangor assembly passes Freedom of Information Act
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